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The Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka International Circuit is a hugely popular race amongst F1 fans. Whether it’s the ‘S Curves’ of sector one that get wider turn by turn, the long Spoon Curve or the legendary quick 130R, it’s a real racer’s track. And it’s been the scene of some incredible races. Kimi Raikkonen entertained the fans in 2005: after starting 17th on the grid, he took the lead on the very final lap to win the race. While racing at this track is a spectacle in itself, the fans add to the atmosphere, with most yearning for a glimpse of their racing heroes. The fans will also be able to cheer on the future stars of motor racing, as F2 will support the Grand Prix with three races over the course of the weekend. This race epitomises Formula 1’s global reach, and an opportunity to experience a new culture while enjoying the action.